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Nissan Sentra Tire Sizes. The tire size for your Nissan Sentra depends upon the year of manufacturer. Select the year of your Sentra to narrow down the results. 20172016201520142013201220112010200920082007200620052004200320022001200019991998199719961995199419931992199119901989198819871986198519841983.
2017 Nissan Sentra Tire Sizes. / tires / Nissan / Sentra / 2017. Select Your Vehicle. 2017 Nissan Sentra S. 205/55R16.
Hi,Jesus,The stock tire size for 2014 m3 is 205/60R16 which is not compatible with 2016 Nissan sentra 205/65/16.And the cb for 2014 m3 is 67.1 which is bigger than nissan sentra's cb 66.1.
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Nissan Sentra 2017 - Find out the correct alloy wheel fitment, PCD, offset and such specs as bolt pattern, thread size(THD), center bore(CB) for Nissan Sentra 2017
Ever wondered what tire size your car uses? I list here all the stock tire sizes for Nissan Sentra cars model year 2000 to 2017. This covers generations B15, B16, and B17 Nissan Sentras.
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